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starbucks, a very nice looking young lady and he began to hit on her. her name is piper kennedy. she reluctantly gave him her phone number. well, the next day he sent her this. it's a video selhelf fee show casing his best features. [ music playing ] i'm shy. i'm shy. >> wow. >> there it is again. >> the dimples, the hand. i thought this was a perfume commercial or something. it kind of looks like that. >> his hair. >> that's nice. >> it's got good dimples. well, piper apparently told a friend or showed a friend this and then of course it went viral and now people have set up
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parodys online. we have a couple of these. >> it's amazing. >> unicorn. >> oh. >> i take it he didn't get the date from her? >> well, in fact, they have been in touch. they have been in touch. >> even a puppy. look at that. >> it's ridiculous. >> he is going to be here tomorrow on today. brody ryan. maybe he'll do one of these for us again. let's all do one. >> do you think it was a joke or is that an after the fact? i was kidding. >> okay. going on a little too long. that's about three seconds too long. >> it's ridiculous. >> so was the original one. come on, you do it. you try it. >> no, i think you ruined it for all of us. >> would you ever pick somebody up at a starbucks? >> given that we're married, no. >> speak for yourself, al, getting that free coffee deal today. >> this is your pick up line.
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>> right? >> this next story is just -- >> yeah, let's wade through this one a little bit. in the state of kentucky, schools have been warned that they should not let the kids take part in postgame handshakes. after a softball game or football game, whatever it is, no postgame handshake unless they're property supervised because there's been a lot of fights. this is in high school. the kentucky high school athletic association issued it advising schools about the risks of organized postgame handshakes. >> yeah. >> here's an idea action why don't you just organize a postgame fight. get it out of the way. >> you actually -- you played high school sports. >> yeah. >> and you saw fights break out? >> yeah, this is a response to some fights that have happened and this is just about absolving themselves of responsibility. you can have the handshake but we have nothing to do with it. >> you have to supervise it. >> we had a couple -- i played
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football and i played basketball and we had rivalries so intense. no more friday night football because of fights and drinking and all of that. >> did you get a little of this. >> no, it was worse than that. >> what team, the sharks or the jets? >> it was a tough league. we had one game where the rivalry was so bad we had to play a basketball game at a neutral site where there were no fans. >> this was ridgewood high school. >> wow. >> it's a tough league. >> this is the kind of team, we went after the quarterback and then we web aftnt after his fam. tough. just tough. >> wow, that is wrong. >> so they're covering themselves. if you're going to brawl, we want nothing to do with it. >> i guess you can understand they have had a lot of incidents in recent weeks. >> kentucky, way to go. >> okay, roker. >> what's the weather like. >> i want to show you what's going on over here because we got a lot of stuff.
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i'm telling you, we've got a big storm system off the east coast that's going to cause major problems along the eastern seaboard today. low pressure getting itself together. you can see it already making it's way up the coast. it's not technically a nor'easter or a tropical system but it's going to be a slow mover. today into tomorrow, into friday, this easterly fetch coming into the shoreline. areas that have already been damaged by hurricane sandy. it's going to be a big problem. we have already got coastal flood advisories, gale warnings all the way up into central new jersey. beach erosion, waves up to 12 feet in the outer banks and look at the rainfall. we're talking anywhere from 2 to 3 inches of rain today into tonight. by tomorrow afternoon, it makes it's way up into the tri-state area and continues friday into new england. so it's going to be a slow mover >> good morning.mpact into thist
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the clouds will be thickening up as we go through the day today. it should be dry for much of the day. breezy and natalie and i are still perfecting. >> it's like i'm wiping snot off. >> no good can come from that. >> my nose was running a little bit. >> good to know. >> jerry, you got any purell? >> coming up next, a more serious topic. would you know what to do if a fire broke out in your home? we have important information to hey, it's me, progressive insurance.
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every year in this krup there's more than 360,000 house fires resulting in billions of dollars in property damage. >> you have less than six minutes before a fire becomes life threatening. so with national fire prevention week in full swing, here's how damaging a fire can be. >> cooking is the number one cause of home fires. >> from the kitchen, when it comes to grease fires, water is your worst enemy. to a mattress. >> it's something you never want to see at home. you're looking at a mattress on fire. don't worry, this is a concerned situation. >> even a baby's crib. >> you're going to protect the airway and put them on your chest and stay low and find your way out. >> over the years we demonstrated how quickly fires can spread. >> i crawled blind folded through a highway. >> i have no idea where i'm
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going because i wasn't paying attention coming off the electrical have elevator. >> i was in a panic just simulating the experience. >> reporter: and we saw how easily children can sleep through smoke detectors. >> not a single one of them is moving. this could be a real fire right now. >> and they would sleep right through it. it's so scary that the kids could sleep through this. >> ken is with the national fire protection association and is a former fire chief. good morning. >> good morning. >> we started a controlled fire here over our stove top but kitchen fires are the most common type of fires. what do we do in this situation? >> the first thing is if you can safely protect yourself and have the cover nearby to slide it across the pan and it will extinguish the fire. it's quick and easy and safe and if you can't do that successfully get out of the house. >> people think about water and baking soda and you say either of those in this case.
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>> water can increase the intensity. baking soda you have to go right over the flame to poor it. it's dangerous. the cover is the best option. >> now it grows past the stove, what's the move. >> the fire extinguishers here. >> they're designed for certain types of hazards within your home. the smaller one is great for the kitchen. >> so under a sink or something like that. >> under the sink but have it where it's accessible because you want to get to it right away when there's a fire. using an extinguisher remember pass, pull the handle, spray at the base of the fire. >> once you use it it's done. >> it's done. get out of the space and if the extinguisher doesn't work back out of the space right away. >> the next thing is an escape ladder. what kind of person should have this. >> escape ladders are good for ensuring if you need to get from your bedroom or second floor to a lower level so it's good for
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families but you have to remember it's kind of an unstable platform to climb on and if you have young children it may not be something easy for them to do but it hangs over the window, you back out and climb down. >> good in the kids rooms. should have one but be careful, right? >> be careful and have an escape plan for your family. >> and practice that plan as well. >> practice as well. >> i'll sit here. let's say the car is on fire and i am stuck in the car, seat belt is not coming off. what do i do? >> well, if you're in the car it's on fire and you can't get out. first thing you want to do is remove the seat belt and if it's stuck they have tools you can carey in your car and have them in a close proximity to where you are. it's got a tool to break the window if you're trapped. if you can pull the seat belt tight, i'll show you with a would happen is you can take the seat belt cutter and take and pull the belt and then you pull
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this down and you can see what happens. it rips right through it. >> where do you get that? hardware store? >> retail outlets, hardware stores and online. >> it's a 4-in-1 tool, right? >> it is. >> we'll show you what else to do. if you're trapped with the doors and window, what do you do? >> first thing, if the window will not go down jour, you have break out the glass. >> we're going to wear goggles and we're going to wear gloves to protect yourselves. >> okay. >> now, you have to have pretty good presence of mind to be in a car on fire and find this tool and understand what to do with it. >> you have to take a deep breath and think through the steps. time is critical. you're absolutely right. you have to be focused and think clearly. >> where should this be in my car. >> within an arms reach. if you have a center console or
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compartment but arms reach. >> so now i'm inside the car, right? so i'm going to hit it from this side? >> we're going to do it from the outside but you would be doing this from the inside of the car. >> okay. >> what you juan to do is using the pointed part of the tool, make contact in that lower corner but it's going to take a little bit of force. go at it. >> you have to swing big, huh? >> oh, yeah. that works. >> and you can see it works and it works clear. you had a good swing on that. so that's why we -- >> how does that feel? >> feels good and then you clear it out. >> and then you clear it out and get out of the car as soon as you possibly can. >> i showed you in a hotel room, god forbid there's a hotel fire, a lot of people don realize or think to check where the exits are or even think about where they would go in that situation. important to do too. >> very porn because that exit is your life escape route if the
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fire alarm sounds or if there is a fire. >> usually it's on the back of the door in the room. >> but count the number of doors as you get to your room and look for the closest exit to your room. important information if you have to evacuate. >> all right. ken, great as always to have you here. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> coming up next, all the news you need before you walk out the door. >> and what is wrong with this picture? wow. the body language mistakes you don't even realize [ woman ] i've had it with my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis... the frustration... covering up. so i talked with my doctor. he prescribed enbrel. enbrel is clinically proven to provide clearer skin. many people saw 75% clearance in 3 months. and enbrel helped keep skin clearer at 6 months. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal, events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders,
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>> this is wbal-tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> breezy and cool but mostly dry. there will be a chance for a few rain showers, but most of the morning and early have been in will be fine. high temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. it will feel cooler because the wind. breezy and chilly tomorrow.
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a good chance for rain. showers may linger all the way into the b
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wow, call me maybe. >> i started doing the dance. >> she did. >> i forget it. >> if you morph that into the hand. >> have we improved? that's better. >> it was like a slobbering.
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>> yeah. >> natalie on a saturday night. >> hey. good times. >> it's wednesday morning, october 9th, i'm willie along with al and natalie. there's a theme. we're calling, we're talking about phones. how many times a day would you estimate that you check your phone? >> i would say maybe 50 or so. >> i'm past that. >> really? >> i think so between text and e-mail. >> you guys always have yours. i don't have mine always at my side. i like to have a conversation. >> we don't care for that. >> you don't? >> no. >> i'm constantly in touch with the weather. >> he has a good reason for it. >> i'm constantly in touch with the news. >> yeah. once we get home and especially dinner time no phones, nothing. we don even answer the house line. >> i've got the number, the average user checks his or her phone 110 times a day. calculated by an android app. during peak times some users check once every six to seven
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seconds. >> wow. >> with others unlocking their devices up to 900 times over the course of a day. i'm with you on the dinner thing, that's the one last sanctuary. >> once my kids get home, i put the phone back on the charger and i don't look at it when we're starting to wind down. >> if somebody needs to get ahold of you, they'll call you. >> our producer adam miller is constantly checking his phone. >> yeah. >> adam has delusions of grandeur. >> i'm waiting to respond to your e-mail. >> how many of those have you gotten. >> you'd be surprised. >> no, from me. >> you're a morning e-mailer, more. >> yeah. >> yeah. >> but i like your solution when you go out with friends you put your phone in the middle. >> yeah. >> and whoever checks their phone first picks up the tab. >> it's a good game. >> do you really do that. >> no. >> adam doesn't have friends. >> not true.
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not true. >> very friendly guy. >> how about a check of the weather mr. roker. >> all right. let's show you what's going on. >> bye bye. >> we've got this low pressure system. it will be a big deal all weekend long. we have a big system coming into the west coast. we're actually going to see rain in southern california first time since july 26th. so you can see a lot of wet weather, beach erosion, spectacular weather today. we're looking at gorgeous weather. 70 in cleveland, ohio. stays mild tomorrow. however as the storm system makes it's way to the east, we have a risk of strong storms in the plains. things dry out along the california coast. rain in the pacific northwest and this storm system makes it's way into the mid-atl >> good morning. it should stay dry for much of the day. it will be mostly cloudy and breezy.
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>> that's your latest weather. if you're not getting along well with your boss or you and your spouse are having trouble in the romance department it could be because of your body language. >> stieps we send off negative messages and we don't know it. we brought her in to point out our mistakes. she is the president of the body language institute. >> nice to see you guys. >> can you change professional success by changing your body language? >> you can. you can increase your wins in the game of life up to 50% more. more dates, more communication with your kids. get the job wyou want and land the man you want. whatever you're looking for.
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>> we'll start in the work place. what's the belly rule. >> the belly button rule is we face our belly button toward people we like, admire and trust. so if i'm talking to you in a meeting or i shake your hand like this i'm giving you literally the cold shoulder. >> you're protecting your belly button. i'm saying i want out of here. >> square up to the person. >> square up. pay attention. i call this navel intelligence. >> get it? >> your boss is nearby, how do you position yourself to get that respect and repore with your boss. >> we make a lot of mistakes. i sit opposite the desk. this is increasing your stress and my stress. this is a fighting pose when you stay here a long time. what are you going to do about it. >> wow. >> so what i want to do is once we sit down i want to be slightly off center. if you're in a job interview or talking to your boss, move your
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chair slightly off center. >> what about the belly button? >> if we have an invisible beam as long as they intersect we're good but i'm not going to talk to you like this because they're not intersecting. >> that's like in ghost busters. don't cross the beam. >> we want to cross the beam. >> tell me about nodding too often. i see this a lot. >> you should nod -- the average is you should nod about every three to four sentences but if you're talking and i'm doing this this is like wrap it up. i see that. i'm a talker. so you're like this is the queue. faster, faster. three to four sentences. if you're nodding too quickly you're saying speed it up. >> we go from work to home. >> yes. >> all right. now, tilting your chin up, what does that mean? >> this is great if you're in politics and a leader but it comes across as i'm looking down my nose. this could be the kiss of delg for romance or communication. >> what about kids?
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>> even with kids. if you want to get lucky tilt your head to the right you look more attractive. >> to the right. >> and if you're already super attractive but a little on the dumb side you should be going left. >> if you're dumb. >> no, if you're attractive but stupid. >> attractive but stupid. you want to go left. left looks more intelligence. >> if you don't know your dumb always go for good-looking and go right. >> you can go like this. >> you can do this for the rest of the interview. it would be more enjoyable. >> don't go left. you want to be level headed. she has a good head on her shoulders. >> term i never heard before, steepling. >> we see donald trump do this and business people. power, authority, and confidence but imagine when you're talking to your loved one, how is your day at work. this is i am the boss, you're so lucky to be married to me. the better move here is like
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blt, columbo would do this. you don't say how was your day, al. this right here is i'm judging you. >> okay and then parenting. >> parenting. this is my favorite. as a mom, i have an 8 week old baby charlie and 8-year-old son angus. we'll often talk to our kids like this, how was your day today. you're talking down to them. you're not going to get them to open up. the better move is even get to their level or below their level. if they're sitting on the couch literally sit down on the floor and say how was your day honey. >> so you're looking up at them. >> now they're less threatened and more apt to open up and share with you struggles they're going through. you can literally get them to cry as you talk to them. >> belly button beams were way off. >> al and i were good. >> what about the evil sign. release the hounds smithers.
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puppy love this morning. back with another installment of ask the vet. today the puppy edition. >> good morning to you both. >> good morning. >> we have three very important topics. no one will be looking at us. we could be standing here nude with these puppies, right? >> these are all shelter dogs. >> all available from mainline animal rescue but three very crucial topics, vaccinations which all puppies need and then we have what a pooch should avoid, very dangerous things to eat and how to give our pooch a pill. >> the first one, vaccines. how soon do you get your puppy vaccinated? >> starting about 6 to 8 weeks you'll have your first visit with your veterinarian and go back every three to four weeks for a booster, okay? normally they do very well with them and don't have any side effects. they might be a little quite. a little tender. >> yeah.
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>> that's normal. but they can have a life threatening reaction. so we have some graphics. one of the big things we get worried about and that you'll watch for is a big swollen face and hives and this dog here was -- this is an allergic reaction, was treated and then there's an after picture that shows how dramatic that really is. >> wow. >> so pretty impressive. >> that's a negative reaction too. >> if you see something you're worried about go to our veterinarian and have them looked at because it's a pretty quick and good treatment that will reverse things very fast. so these animals have been treated. this is the same animal. it's pretty amazing. >> this dog had parvo because she wasn't vaccinated in time. >> now she's great. >> she had all her shots. >> like with children you have to check up on their vaccinations. >> absolutely. >> need to move over to the crazy things they can ingest. >> underpants. >> it's amazing. >> so dogs, if you've ever had a puppy, they explore the world with their mouths so they eat everything. so just like with the kids, you
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don't want them to have little things in their mouth. puppy proof your house. they can rip out squeaker toys and swallow them. long pieces of rope. ladies underwear. so commonly they will eat anything. these rocks here are from a dog that ate half of it's body weight. here's the x-rays. that dog had surgery a couple of months ago and she is doing great. >> wow. >> she will live to bark about it. >> the big things is if you have concerns your dog will get really quite and depressed. start to vomit. not want to eat. go to your vet and they can take x-rays. >> and transition on what they need to eat to swallow a pill. >> i have problems with this. >> everybody has problems. don't try to get the pill in the first time. make it a game. make it fun tfor them. throw them a piece of banana and
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throw them the next one with the pill in it. >> my dog hates peanut butter because she associates it with getting medicine. >> she knows? >> yeah, there's other things, you can put it in the back of their throat and these are full of flour but if you can get them to hold still and open their mouth and put it in the back and close their mouths. some dogs are harder to do than others. make sure that they get them because there are certainly dogs that will keep it in their mouth, spit it out later. >> and doggie treats, do you want to try one? >> yeah, these are pill pockets where you can hide the pill within this and you give it to them. a lot of dogs really do like it. >> well, these gorgeous dogs we should mention all up for adoption from mainline animal rescue. go to today.com and we'll tell you about more information on that as well. you can find out after this. we'll have more on today on nbc.
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best part about today show other than the dogs, natalie crawling through a hotel on her hands and knees blind folded. fire safety everybody. >> another saturday night with natalie. >> another saturday night with natalie. >>♪ i woke up to a lightbulb
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announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the series, gnash that,, hayden panettiere. and star of the drama, "the white queen," max irons. plus, your comments and questions on another edition of the "inbox." ll next on "live."
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now, here are kelly ripa and michael yo! [cheers and applause] ♪ -- strahan! cheers and applause] kelly: thank you! [applause] thank you. michael: hello! kelly: you are too kind. it's wednesday, october 9, 2013. yes, yes, yes, mike, what day is it? is your name mike? [laughter] michael: today is hump day! good day! [cheers and applause] kelly: it's one of those songs we came out to, "radioactive"
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that i, until yesterday, thought they were saying ♪ ready or not, kids, ready or not, kids ♪ and my kids were like what are you singing? and i'm like the words to "radio not kids" song. like mom, you're a loser. [laughter] michael: that's when you think you're cool. so, how are you if kelly: i'm great. how are you? michael: i'm great. how was your night? >> elly: fine i when of the first second field hockey game for my daughter. i have no idea how that sport is played. i think the sticks are too short. [laughter] they're all slumped over and i'm screaming "the sticks are too short!" they're going to develop lower back problems when they're adults and my daughter, i think, i think it's a wing. she's a wing. they run down the sides? michael: yes. kelly: anybody here play field
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hockey? michael: no. kelly: ok. so she runs down the side and she's delicately, you know, she's so delicate with this ball. she's like hitting it like it's an easter egg. and i screamed at the top of my lungs "hit that ball like it's your brother!" [laughter] michael: she probably scored right after that, huh? kelly: but she got the idea. she's like oh, i get it now. michael: but she likes it? kelly: yeah she loves being a part of a team. she doesn't have sisters so girl time is precious to her. michael: nice. let me know what her schedule is. maybe i would stop by. kelly: oh, my gosh, she would die. you have to cheer for her loudly because it really humiliates her a lot. [laughter] michael: at a certain point of being a parent, you forward to humiliating your kids in public. it's like i'm beginning to put on some shorts and dress socks and go out to the yard and cut
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the grass. kelly: she had eye shields on. [coughing] [laughter] kelly: i hope he doesn't throw up. that's going to be disgusting. we can hear you, whoever's leaning on the cough button. michael: that was tony? tony was like "and coming up on "live." announcer: excuse me. [laughter] [applause] kelly: you ok? michael: are you ok? are you ok, tony? kelly: we're just glad it didn't come out the other end. announcer: it was an accident. sorry. [laughter] michael: can you imagine that? i would have thought it was a prank. but let me know her schedule. kelly: she had her eye shields on and her mouthpiece on and she manage for her to stop cheering

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